Ijen Miner - East Java, Indonesia is walking down and will get paid by the weight of what he is carrying.

Ijen Miner - East Java, Indonesian will get paid by the weight of what he is carrying.

Sulfur deposits at Kawah Ijen (green crater) Volcano in Eastern Java, Indonesia. Volcanic gases from the fumaroles in this crater not only deposit the sulfur but make the lake extremely acid -- both sulfuric and hydrochloric.

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Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia

Indonesia.....traditional game

Indonesia.....traditional game

Kaweh Ijen sulphur miner, Java, Indonesia - JOEL SANTOS - Photography

Kaweh Ijen sulphur miner, Java, Indonesia - JOEL SANTOS - Photography

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Sulfur miner on the Kawah Ijen volcano (Java Indonesia)

Ijen---Sulfur-miner-makes-the-climb-up-with-a-heavy-load.jpg-Kawah Ijen is Java's famous sulfur-belching volcanic crater. It is also the regular workplace for almost three hundred men, who make the grueling journey up the mountain and down the crater rim to mine sulfur.

Kawah Ijen

Sulfur miners in Eastern Java's famous sulfur-belching Ijen crater rely on their sheer muscle power to mine sulfur in some of the most difficult working conditions in the world.

Papandayan Volcano - Indonesia -- a cone filled with hot, liquid sulfur:

A cone filled with hot, liquid sulphur. Papandayan Volcano, is a complex strato-volcano southeast of the city of Bandung in West Java, Indonesia

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Riccardo Pesaresi, Sulfur mining at Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia:

Riccardo Pesaresi, Sulfur mining at Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia

the miners carry full basket of sulfur (average 75 kg) two times a day from the crater to the shelter around 3 km.

the miners carry full basket of sulfur (average 75 kg) two times a day from the crater to the shelter around 3 km.

"80 Kilos" - this is a photo of one of the miners of Ijen Volcano in Indonesia. These guys mine and then carry on average 80 kilograms of sulfur up to the top of the volcano crater and then all the way to the bottom of the volcano only to head back up and do it again. This is one of the hardest jobs on the planet! | Photo by Ian Plant

80 Kilos Photo by Ian Plant — Sulfur miner, Ijen Volcano, Java, Indonesia. The Ijen miners haul on average about 80 kilograms of sulfur on their shoulders from the bottom of the volcano's crater several times every day. It is grueling and dangerous work

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Kawah Ijen

Discover Kawah Ijen in Banyuputih, Indonesia: Think you have a tough job? Try carrying 200 kilos through a cloud of sulfur down the side of a volcano.

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